Get Out and Get Active

bowlingMaine Senior Games Candlepin Bowling

Maine Senior Games is looking for ladies who want to join a candlepin bowling team. We laugh much and sometimes we bowl well and other times…NOT! We bowl at the Big 20 in Scarborough on Thursdays from January 4-March 29. 4:30-6:30 and the cost is $12 per week (includes bowling three strings, shoes, and money for the kitty).

Contact Jo Dill at  if you are interested.

Get Out! Nature Walks

Join the Chebeague and Cumberland Land Trust for the upcoming Get Out! Nature Walks —a volunteer led, guided nature walk adventure. For more information, visit the website at

Upcoming: Runaround Pond Recreation Area (259 Runaround Pond Road, Durham, ME)
Wednesday, September 27th – 1:30-3:00pm
Curriculum: Aquatic Life
Knight’s Pond Preserve (477 Greely Road Extension, Cumberland, ME)
Wednesday, October 25th – 1:30-3:00pm
Curriculum: Seasonal Change


Maine Senior Games

The mission of the Maine Senior Games is to provide athletic events and wellness opportunities to improve the health and fitness of people 45 and over.

For many, the thrill of competing in an athletic event never ends. Thanks to Maine Senior Games, adults over the age of 45 can continue to participate and compete in annual athletic and recreational events. Maine Senior Games is a great opportunity for older adults to have fun and stay fit.

For more information, to participate, or to volunteer, visit:


town forest

Enjoy Cumberland’s Great Outdoors!

The Town of Cumberland has five beautiful parks—Broad Cove Reserve, Twin Brook Recreation Area, the Town Forest, Rines Forest, and Knight’s Pond—with combined trails that extend over 10 miles. These areas offer a wide range of activities including hiking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, walking, dog walking, flying kites, playing soccer/baseball/softball, picnicking, viewing wildlife, ice skating, mountain biking, and snowshoeing. So lace up your shoes, grab your gear, and enjoy the great outdoors right here in Cumberland!

For more information about Cumberland’s trails and parks, click HERE.